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Jul 29, 2012 6:30am EDT
the headquarters and then events all the time. last night i think harry was the only one out. we're used to that. he was at a music festival in the west country but out and about plenty on this trip and he'll be turning up to lots of events. today there's prince william at the soccer and zara come peetding in the equestrian events. >> yeah. and it seems like the equestrian events, if you're a royal watcher and want a sighting of anyone, that's the one to bank on, right? because aren't even the winners presented medals by wills and kate and harry? >> that's what we understand. their going to certainly be watching and cheering on their cousin. it was big presence there today as i say with ann and prince phillip but the duchess of cambridge came when zara competes in the cross country events, one of the top events. >> you mentioned that wills likes soccer. he'll be there. what about harry and beach volleyball? any surprise to watch that? >> reporter: this is the most eligible bachelor in the world and so surprise he turns up at the beach volleyball and will be there next week and watching and enjoy
MSNBC
Jul 29, 2012 3:30am PDT
to the overall medal count. china leads with six. italy second with five and u.s. third with five, as well. there's a bout of bad weather and could delay the outdoor events. uk officials expect thunderstorms, even perhaps some hail. will the year's olympians with members of the royal family as cheer leelders. the queen said she thinks the games are wonderful. yesterday, the queen toured olympic park and meeting with athletes. in all, the royals visiting more than 30 sporting events. joining me now, royal correspondent, robert jobson. good morning to you, robert. >> good morning, alex. >> what's been the role of the royals? they have been working but have they been having some fun there? any crazy, spontaneous moments you can share? >> reporter: apart of the queen jumping out of the helicopter? >> that was huge! >> reporter: there's a few spontaneous moments, really, because it's left over to the younger royals, william, hate and harry and zara phillips who's competing to take on the mantle. the royals are here now and seeing them. they're like olympic ambassad ambassadors. >> they absolutely are.
MSNBC
Jul 21, 2012 5:30am EDT
be much better off using this sort of tax cuts that might be available to us to do targeted attack cuts such as those of the president recently proposed and are being debated in the senate right now. >> jean, i want to give you a chance, you feel very differently about this. that actually there will be an adverse effect on the small business. that 3% is quite meaningful. >> this is a debate about job creation. and if you look at the businesses that are affected in the upper bracket levels. they are job creators. they produce more of the jobs than the rest of the small business community. so it's very impactful when it comes to jobs. again, i think i said it before, anything in the current economic environment that discourages job creation is just a bad idea. it also sends a terrible message. small business owners pay taxes at the individual rate and a lot of people don't understand that. so whenever there's a debate about individual rates and making them higher, the small business community, that makes them very nervous because today it's 250,000 but what is it going to be next year whe
MSNBC
Jul 14, 2012 2:30am PDT
, the bridal editors took notice. >> tall, elegant, woman walked right over to us. i love that you have sleeves and collars. tell me the story. >> that's when i knew there was something about this business that's going to work. >> fancy new york was doing something different. nowhere in the collection would you find the commonplace long strapless dress that is most brides were wearing. their look was vintage inspired, comfortable, primarily tea-length dresses. >> the mood of our brand was to have a nostalgic approach to dressing on your wedding day. >> the business was a dream come true for the two brothers. both laid off during the recession, steven handled the business end while gregory did the designing. but fancy new york turned out to be a roller coaster of highs and lows. highs including emotional thanks from happy brides and a feature in martha stewart wedding. the lows, pretty much everything else. >> i always have water at my throat for the payments. constantly worried about who is the next person to call me up and say something is due or a check bounced. >> though their designs have s
MSNBC
Jul 7, 2012 2:30am PDT
on walking. because that's the end of your union and us. i'm bringing in replacements. and they are heavily armed. so if you want to come aboard with your thumbs and the clubs and the guns, you better know that every single one of our tugboats is ready to take you on. i got no choice. i may be dead either way. >> clearly luck has played a role in their survival, but it is certainly not everything. what is it about your family that's been able to hold on to this with so many other family businesses leaving the family after the second, third and fourth generation? >> i think it's that irishmenalty of tradition, the passion for tradition. they just want to hold on to it and they just don't need that much money. >> 53-year-old jeffrey mcallister's is eric's third company and a fifth generation business. >> a family runs on passion more than business sense. >> today jeffrey is a pilot and boards the cargo vessels through new york harbor and commands the fleet of mcallister tugs as he guides this safely to the dock. we left the tugboat and went to company headquarters to ask eric about the compan
MSNBC
Jul 22, 2012 7:30am EDT
for a different sort of class. i was used to doing yoga and belly dancing and pole. i couldn't find that one-stop shop here. when i got downsized from my job, i'm like, that's a great opportunity. that was my vision. so i said this is where i'm going to start. >> soon, after opening the doors of inner diva, sherri knew she had a hit. her classes were full with people looking to are a new, fun way to get in shape ♪ i'm bringing sexy back >> that said, she still had to contend with old notions of what pole dancing is. >> as a business owner, the hurdles are the conception of pole. it's not, you know, necessarily stripping. that's what a lot of people think when you hear of pole dancing but it's not. >> i still get looks, you know, you're a pole dancer? or, you know, negative look. have you tried it? you know? don't knock it until you try it. >> the classes have helped some students shed the pounds. >> i've lost 27 pounds since i started in january and a bunch of inches. i feel so much stronger. it's hard. you're usually drenched in sweat sometimes. >> and others gain confidence. >> i had so
MSNBC
Jul 8, 2012 4:30am PDT
on strike, keep on walking because that's the end of your union and us. i'm bringing in replacements and they are heavily armed. so if you want to come aboard with your thugs, and the clubs, and the guns, you better know that every single one of our tugboats has got an arsenal, and we are ready to take you on. i got no choice. i may be dead either way. >> clearly luck has played a role in their survival. but it's certainly not everything. what is it about your family that has been able to hold on to this when so many other family businesses leave the family after the second, third, fourth generation? >> i think it's that irish mentality of tradition. the passion for tradition. they just want to hold on to it. they just don't need that much. >> 53-year-old jeffery mcallister is their first cousin and also a member of the fifth generation. >> a family business runs more on passion than good business sense. >> today, jeffrey is a harbor pilot. he boards the cargo vessels entering new york harbor and commands the fleet of mcallister tugs as they guide these massive ships safely to the do
MSNBC
Jul 1, 2012 4:30am PDT
on walking because that's the end of your union and us. i'm bringing in replacements and they are heavily armed. if you want to come aboard with your thugs and the clubs and the guns, you better know that every single one of our tugboats has an arsenal and we are ready to take you on. i have no choice. >> clearly luck has played a role in survival. it is certainly notç everythin >> what is it about your family that has been able to hold on to this when so many other family businesses leave the family after the second or third or fourth generation? >> i think it is the irish mentality of tradition. the passion for tradition. they just want to hold on to it. they just don't need that much. >> 53-year-old jeffery mcallister is a harbor pilot. he enters the vessels and commands the fleet as they guide the ships safely to the docks. >> that's what we are going to do. >> we left the tugboat bridge and went back to the company headquarters to ask eric about the company's success. >> one of the things we observed about why this company has survived is there have been pieces that you can break o
MSNBC
Jul 14, 2012 5:30am EDT
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MSNBC
Jul 15, 2012 7:30am EDT
be available to us to do targeted tax cuts such as those that the president has recently prosednd a bng dated theenat rig w. ok. an, wt to giv you a chce, causyou el ver diffentlabouth. at acallyhere wil bn adrseffec o sma buness that% is actually quite meaningful. >> oh, absolutely. i mean, this is really aebate about job creation. and if you look at the businesseshat e affeed, are tse -- tpper acke velsheyreob crtors theyrodu mor ofhe job th theest ofhe sma sine counit so it' ver impafulhent comes to jobs. and again, i think i said it before, anything in the current economic envirment that diouras jo catio iust aad id. itlso sen a terble messe. i me, sll busesswner y test thndivual te. d a t o pple don undetandth. sohener the's a date abouindidual rates, and making them higher, the small business community, that makes them very nervous. because today it's $25000. t wh is it goio b nex year and evenallyt'soing t h ur busiss,ndhat' -- that youbusiss vestnt ney. 's n jusyourncom tt go intyour pock. it whaou use to hir peop, toan, t buy new equipment, et cetera. so there -- there are a lot of
MSNBC
Jul 28, 2012 2:30am PDT
to "hardball." >>> welcome back to "hardball." u.s. congresswoman michele bachmann, who was invented here i think, calls to look whether the muslim brotherhood is infiltrating our government here. she has created a battle within the republican party those who think the accused including top hillary clinton aidehuma abedin are fair game. and those who do not think this is fair at all. this comes in the face of new polling shows the majority of americans are not willing to say obama is christian. it also grows depending on ideology. no surprise there. reverend c. welton gaddy is president of the interfaith alliance, one of more than 40 organizations that have written bachmann and her allies to protest their calls for an investigation. patricia is here, writer for "newsweek" and for "the daily beast." reverend, i want to get to the heart of this thing. here you have michele bachmann, a member of the house intelligence committee zeroing in on one of hillary clinton's closest aides and saying that she ought to be investigated because she has relatives that are questionable, and therefore she is
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